Warburton's Soft White Bread

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Re: Warburton's Soft White Bread

Postby Ruby Slippers » Fri Feb 05, 2016 6:36 pm

I'm really glad to read that, Phil. The idea is that it will hopefully give DH something to experiment with now that he's retired. I have so much on my plate at the moment, work wise, that I just don't have the time to spend with him. At the moment, he seems quite enthusiastic - well, he is while I'm around - but only time will tell. The machine does make super bread and is capable of a lot more so here's hoping! :-)
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Re: Warburton's Soft White Bread

Postby DanMcG » Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:34 pm

I'm on my second attempt at making a decent hotdog bun as I type. if it comes out as bad as the last batch I'll be looking for the bread machine....and a new recipe.
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Re: Warburton's Soft White Bread

Postby wheels » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:50 pm

If you mean the really soft crust fluffy ones, then think fat/oil in the mix, milk instead of some/all the water and adding egg white. Potato or Instant potato powder is also said to help. I also notice white vinegar in some commercial products - I think a small amount helps gluten development. Knead well and leave to rise until well risen - almost the finished size. Keep the hydration fairly high and cook at quite a low temp for as shorter time as possible. The water roux method detailed above will also help.

Oh, don't use a fan oven.

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Re: Warburton's Soft White Bread

Postby wheels » Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:08 pm

Dan

See the picture on this recipe:

http://www.sandrascookbook.com/recipe.php?id=175

The bread sure looks the business and contains vinegar. I'd up the hydration from the 56.8% in the recipe to around 65% and try it with half water and half milk...

....or even my rolls recipe with a bit less oil and 10 - 15ml white vinegar added.

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Re: Warburton's Soft White Bread

Postby DanMcG » Sat Feb 06, 2016 10:41 am

Thanks for all the advice Phil. The last batch were better but not what I want. Next weeks try will be your recipe.
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Re: Warburton's Soft White Bread

Postby kil2k » Tue Feb 23, 2016 8:50 pm

Swing Swang wrote:Probably, but here's the recipe!
(Which I'd be happy to translate if needed)

http://nacozinhadamargo.blogspot.co.uk/ ... resmo.html


Sweet baby Jesus... I have to give this a go!
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